βάτος

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See also: βατός and Βάττος

Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Said by Beekes to be a Mediterranean wanderwort; substrate common to μαντία (mantía, blackberry) (Dacian loan), and Albanian man (mulberry), Gheg mand.

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βᾰ́τος (bátosf (genitive βᾰ́του); second declension

  1. blackberry (Rubus ulmifolius)
  2. (masculine) fish, a kind of skate
    see βατίς f (batís)
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  • English: batology

Etymology 2[edit]

From Hebrew בַּת(bath).

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βάτος (bátosm (genitive βάτου); second declension

  1. bath, a Hebrew liquid measure
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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek βάτος. The fish, from βατίς f (vatís)[1]

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βάτος (vátosm or f (plural βάτοι)

  1. bramble
  2. (dated, masculine only) a kind of skate fish, superorder Batoidea
    Synonyms: σαλάχι (saláchi), σελάχι (seláchi), ρίνα (rína), βατί (vatí) (dated)

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  1. ^ Dimitrakos, Dimitrios B. (1964) Μέγα λεξικόν ὅλης τῆς Ἑλληνικῆς γλώσσης [Great Dictionary of the entire Greek Language] (in Greek), Athens: Hellenic Paideia